Support The Shitty Kisses Comedy Tour with Josh Androsky, Caitlin Gill, David Gborie, and Clare O’Kane. At Least Watch the Video Endorsed by Ron Funches and Eddie Pepitone.

Four comedians are piling into a van and hitting 11 cities in 21 days to french kiss all of America. Even Oklahoma.

Clare O’kane, Caitlin Gill, David Gborie, and Josh Androsky have achieved a lot in the comedy world. Between them, they or their work has appeared on NPR, VICE Magazine, The LA Times, Both SF & LA Weekly, Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Fest, SF Sketchfest, plus one time Josh did mushrooms on The Price is Right and told Drew Carey he was a Skateboard Rabbi. 

One thing they haven’t done, though? Go on a cross-country, multi-city comedy tour. 

Caitlin Gill by Cowboy

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Caitlin Gill gets racy (filmed by Wonder Dave)

6/6. Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction @ Cobb’s Comedy Club. 915 Columbus Ave. SF. 8pm. $15. Featuring Baron Vaughn, Nato Green, Jules Posner, Caitlin Gill, Ivan Hernandez, David Gborie, Jesse Elias, Kevin O’Shea, Sean Keane and Natasha Muse. Tickets Available: Here

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Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction - Feb 2012 - Derek Sheen

After performing to a capacity crowd at the Punchline in January, Bryan Cook’s Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction, returns to SF. The event features 10 comics, writing and performing Erotic Fan Fiction pieces, based upon their whims or audience suggestions.

The lineup includes special guest Baron Vaughn (LA) as well as San Francisco favorites Nato Green, Jules Posner, Caitlin Gill, Ivan Hernandez, David Gborie, Jesse Elias, Kevin O’Shea, Sean Keane and Natasha Muse.

Competitive Erotic Fan Fiction was originally founded in Seattle, and is now held monthly at the Nerdist Theater in Los Angeles, CA. It has been featured as part of the Noise for the Needy Festival (Seattle) Bridgetown Comedy Festival (Portland) Riot LA (Los Angeles) SF Sketchfest, and will be at the upcoming Just For Laughs fest (Chicago.) A podcast culled from the live show is debuting in 2013.

Laughspin.Com called CEFF “…One of my favorite comedy shows I’ve ever taken in. Period.”

[There’s so many things that make this show a no-brainer to go to. For starters, it has assembled some of the greatest perspectives/voices of the Bay Area’s comedy community: everyone is coming with a very skilled, very defined style. Secondly, I don’t know the outcome of January’s Sketchfest shows but LAST YEAR, two amazing champions were crowned with David Gborie and Sean Keane (whom will do battle at this event). Thirdly, the absurdity of so much filth is extremely cathartic. Fourthly, just fucking go.]

6/7. Hand to Mouth: The Internet @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. 10PM. $5-$8. Featuring Joe Klocek, Red Scott, Caitlin Gill, Natasha Muse, Matt Lieb, Jabari Davis and music by Kessel Run. Hosted by Trevor Hill and James Fluty. Tickets Available: Here.
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James Fluty and Trevor Hill present Hand to Mouth: a monthly, topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, cultural or political issue. One show, one topic.
Junes’s Topic: The Internet!
On June 7th, comedians Joe Klocek (Comedy Central), Caitlin Gill (The Business), Natasha Muse (Cobb’s), Jabari Davis (Caroline’s), Red Scott (SF Sketchfest) and Matt Lieb (Mission Position) will join James and Trevor in providing the LOLs, LMAOs, ROFLs and PCP. Actually maybe not the last one.
Also featuring a special musical performance from geek-rock duo: Kessel Run.  
Hand to Mouth: The InternetFriday, June 7th @ 10:00PMThe Dark Room (2263 Mission St.)Cover: $5 Advance. $8 at the Door.
Every First Friday of the Month!
Facebook: http:facebook.com/handtomouthcomedy

6/7. Hand to Mouth: The Internet @ Dark Room Theater. 2263 Mission St. SF. 10PM. $5-$8. Featuring Joe Klocek, Red Scott, Caitlin Gill, Natasha Muse, Matt Lieb, Jabari Davis and music by Kessel Run. Hosted by Trevor Hill and James Fluty. Tickets Available: Here.

handtomouthcomedy:

James Fluty and Trevor Hill present Hand to Mouth: a monthly, topic-based comedy show where each edition explores a specific social, cultural or political issue. One show, one topic.

Junes’s Topic: The Internet!

On June 7th, comedians Joe Klocek (Comedy Central), Caitlin Gill (The Business), Natasha Muse (Cobb’s), Jabari Davis (Caroline’s), Red Scott (SF Sketchfest) and Matt Lieb (Mission Position) will join James and Trevor in providing the LOLs, LMAOs, ROFLs and PCP. Actually maybe not the last one.

Also featuring a special musical performance from geek-rock duo: Kessel Run.  

Hand to Mouth: The Internet
Friday, June 7th @ 10:00PM
The Dark Room (2263 Mission St.)
Cover: $5 Advance. $8 at the Door.

Every First Friday of the Month!

Facebook: http:facebook.com/handtomouthcomedy

Eventbrite - Hand To Mouth: The Internet!

"You need holes! HOOOOOLES!"

Caitlin Gill on requisite gender ratios at orgies @ Sports Basement [Paraphrase]

5/14. Life With Laughter featuring Morgan and Loren Kraut @ The Garage. 715 Bryant St. SF. 8PM. $8-$20. Featuring Sandy Stec, Stefani Silverman, Jordan Carp and Caitlin Gill. 

5/14. Life With Laughter featuring Morgan and Loren Kraut @ The Garage. 715 Bryant St. SF. 8PM. $8-$20. Featuring Sandy Stec, Stefani Silverman, Jordan Carp and Caitlin Gill. 

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Show Review: The Business 4 Year Anniversary (4/17/2013)

It’s t-minus fifteen minutes. The audience remains translucent. 49-seats of emptiness connects two pools of light. In the lobby Wigglesworth, nicest cyberpirate, watches the door with French bulldog, Wellington, lazily laying nearby. Across the moody, barren strait, a smattering of chattery, the loudest voice belonging to Bucky Sinister.

Bucky has probably heard some offensive assumptions: stocky, tattooed, downplayed dapper with freshly cut, slick hair. In the avocado-green room, with suspended livery and hoarded horrors, the sensitive badass is a kingly raconteur, bouncing lively in badinage with two of the night’s guests, neighborhood chocolatiers.

The Daily Show, local anti-political performance art, pranks. A rich colloquial confluence of rolling anecdotes from legitimately interesting San Franciscans with one exception. Nato Green, native through in through, slinks into a sleeve of his own design, iPhoning with a casual aloofness. “Do we have two mic[rophones] ready?” Nato leaks. Bucky exits to check, leaving Green to pre-interview with ebbing/flowing soccerdadcoach excitability.

Sean Keane arrives ‘round eight, complimented on his “Let It Be” McCartney-ness before being whisked away by the natural chaos of live production. Comedy isn’t glitz, it is gridiron exhibitions containing a lot of audibles. Caitlin Gill arrives. It’s t-plus eighteen minutes. In a matter of thirty minutes the once husky belly of the Dark Room Theater is now paunchy and groaning. Baron Vaughn — “Way less famous than he should be,” spouts Nato — is running late, and everyone seems even keel about it. Hasn’t anybody told the showrunners that it’s their fourth anniversary, an occasion worthy of silk, flowers or at least punctuality? Why does everything seem like business as unusual?

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